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The research on the adaptive utilization of water resources (AUWR) is of great significance to improve the coordinated development among water resources, economic society, and ecological environment in complex environments, and to promote the development of adaptive utilization of regional water resources. Based on the calculation method of harmony...
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Food safety is an important basis for promoting economic development, ensuring social stability and maintaining national security. Research on the evaluation of food security is the basis by which to accurately grasp the food security situation and to establish national food security policies in a scientific manner. Based on China’s agricultural ec...
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Plant functioning depends on variation in resource economics traits (acquisition vs. conservation) and the size of plants and their parts (the ‘global spectrum of plant form and function’). The anatomical basis of single traits (e.g., leaf mass per area; LMA) is generally understood, but little is known regarding the relationship between anatomical...
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This paper describes the approach that has been used by the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES) to produce quarterly forecasts since 1948 for Australia’s most important agricultural commodity markets. The Australian Agricultural Forecasting System (AAFS) is comprised of a database, a group of loosely-coupl...
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Water use and socio-economic development are interconnected in complex ways. Causalities are not easy to identify but it is evident that a nexus between water use and socio-economic development does exist. Considering the diversity of national situations relating to these interrelated phenomena, its study should be considered from a global perspect...
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This study aims to examine the causal relationship between wage policy, business c o mpet iti veness, and employee productivity on the decision to relocate the company's operating base as a research pro bl em. The research method used is a survey method with a correlational quantitative approach, and the sampling technique used is non-probability s...
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The Indian Ecological Society organised an international conference (IESIC 2022) on Sustainable Agricultural Innovations for Resilient Agri-Food Systems from 13-15 October 2022 in Jammu, India. This conference covered the sustainability of agri-food systems from an intra and interdisciplinary perspective. International experts from disciplines of p...
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Meat has become a controversial topic in public debates, as it involves multiple sustainability dimensions. Here, we review global meat consumption trends and the various sustainability dimensions involved, including economic, social, environmental, health, and animal welfare issues. Meat has much larger environmental and climate footprints than pl...
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Introduction/Main Objectives: This study discusses the three main aspects of inequality: the level of education attained, urban-rural area, and gender. Background Problems: Inequality is one of the fundamental economic problems in Indonesia that has the potential to cause the nonoptimal distribution of resources, economic instability, and may even...
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This study aims at estimating the cost of irrigation and its implications on water savings, productivity, net returns, and relative profitability. The study finds that irrigation cost forms a sizeable proportion of the total cost of production in both flow irrigation and micro irrigation systems. The economic analysis indicates that the crops consi...
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Land use transition results from economic and social transformations. Land use in the mountainous Chengdu-Chongqing region is disturbed by multiple natural factors and economic activities, contributing to the difficulty in space governance in this area. Clarifying the transformation process and mechanism of land use transition and proposing solutio...
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Objective: In this first study of its kind in Spain, we analyse the scope of and reasons underlying paternal regret. Background: Research on parental regret, a subject only recently broached by analysts, tends to focus on motherhood. Regretting fatherhood has been only scantly researched. In this study we test the effects of intensive fathering, th...
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Digitization, which has gained momentum in all areas of life in recent years, has created an environment where technology is used rather than traditional business methods. The emergence of concepts such as Industry 4.0, artificial intelligence, and machine learning has also shown the development of businesses that reduce errors and costs, where man...
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The open-air burning of the massive generated crop straw in rural areas has been a troubling problem in China in recent decades, and the utilization and valorization of crop straw have provided promising solutions to it. However, due to the limitations in straw resources, economic, social, and technological conditions, different regions vary greatl...
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Economic insecurity has attracted growing attention, but there is no consensus as to its definition. We characterize a class of individual economic-insecurity measures based on the time profile of economic resources. We apply this economic-insecurity measure to political-preference data in the USA, UK, and Germany. Conditional on current economic r...
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In recent years, my country’s cultural industry has developed vigorously and has become a new growth point of the national economy. With the introduction of a series of cultural reforms and policies to promote the development of the cultural industry, cultural enterprises have grown rapidly and are on the list. As the main carrier of a specific bus...
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Nusa Tenggara Timur (NTT) is one of the provinces in Eastern Indonesia, which has the potential for sugarcane agroindustrial development. NTT has different characteristics compared with regions in Indonesia that have already been developing sugarcane agroindustry, leading to the need for information to look at the sustainability of sugarcane agroin...
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Modern Agricultural and Resource Economics and Policy: Essays in Honor of Gordon C. Rausser
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The wild blueberry is one of the major crops of Maine, with significant economic value and potential health benefits. Due to global climate change, drought impacts have been increasing significantly in recent years in the northeast region of the USA, causing significant economic losses in the agricultural sectors. It has been predicted to increase...
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De acordo com a concepção de Administração Pública Consensual, o modelo de Administração impositiva vem sendo cada vez mais substituído pela noção de direito à boa governança à luz de uma gestão mais participativa e democrática. Considerando que a litigância excessiva do Estado se mostra como um desafio a ser enfrentado, a adoção de meios não adver...
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Language has been considerably affected by the significant trend of globalization in the last two decades. A case in point is the international status accorded to English as the largely unchallenged and most dominant language. Yet, with this undisputed internationalization of English, the question remains for the specialist, as to whether or not tr...
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The paper proposes an agent-based evolutionary ecological-economic model that captures the link between the economy and the ecosystem in a more inclusive way than standard economic optimization models do. We argue that an evolutionary approach is required to understand the integrated dynamics of both systems, i.e. micro–macro feedbacks. In the pape...
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With the commercialization of offshore wind and the continued advancement of wave energy technologies, the option of locating both in the same sea area has emerged. The joint development of offshore wind and wave energy can effectively address the challenges faced by offshore wind and wave energy development, reduce costs, and improve the stability...
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Bhutan is endowed with abundant hydropower potential and harnessing it has assumed national strategic importance as it is the backbone of Bhutan's economy. Given the importance of hydropower, the Sustainable Hydropower Development Policy was adopted in 2008 to accelerate hydropower development and achieve economic self-reliance. However, the accele...
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My Blog: https://holisticelephants.wordpress.com/2022/06/23/did-psychological-problems-exist-before-the-19th-century/ Did psychological problems exist before the 19th century? This (good) question was asked in response to a FB Post I made. The answer is, I think, important. First, here is what I wrote on FB. "So, all I wish you to learn from th...
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Objectives Consumers face myriad food products in supermarkets, obviating consideration of all options. Consumers are likely to direct scarce attention to products they believe will provide them the best outcome. However, consumers may hold inaccurate beliefs—particularly about health attributes which can lead them to omit items from consideration...
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The purposes of this study were to (1) determine beliefs in the health benefits of dietary fiber, an under-consumed nutrient of public health concern, and (2) determine the relationship between beliefs about dietary fiber and consideration of fiber when making food choices. We conducted a nationally representative within-subject randomized online s...
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The current static job scheduling on supercomputers for MPI-based applications is well known to be a limiting factor for the exploitation of a system's top performance in terms of application throughput. Hence, allowing fully flexible and dynamically varying job sizes would provide multiple advantages compared to the current approach, e.g., by prio...
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This article reviews the recent literature that has evaluated the effectiveness of postharvest loss (PHL)-reducing technologies for grains among smallholder farmers and small-scale traders in sub-Saharan Africa. We also develop a conceptual framework for identifying and quantifying different types of PHL that include physical quantity losses along...
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Relying on the advantages of its input factors, the resource-based economy has achieved rapid development. However, with the global emphasis on scientific development, various contradictions have sharply reduced the competitiveness of the resource-based economy. In the process of a new round of changes in the world economic pattern and the adjustme...
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Este artigo tem o objetivo de analisar o desempenho do processo de compras de uma empresa pública de pesquisa, pertencente ao governo federal, face a importância do processo para o Governo, e sua contribuição para a economia de recursos e eficiência no serviço. A pesquisa apresenta uma abordagem mista usando métodos quantitativos e qualitativos, on...
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The University of Tennessee’s (UT) Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics models supply chains for both liquid and electricity generating technologies currently in use and/or forthcoming for the bio/renewable energy industry using the input–output model IMPLAN ® . The approach for ethanol, biodiesel, and other liquid fuels includes the e...
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With the rapid development of tourism, professional tourism villages emerge one after another, which has become the focus of the tourism industry. At present, there are some problems in tourism professional villages, such as imperfect management and inaccurate prediction of future development, which affect the rational allocation of tourism resourc...
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Livro: CALVOSA, Marcello. Tecnologia e Organização do Trabalho. Rio de Janeiro: Fundação CECIERJ, 2011. 372p. Disponível em: www.researchgate.net/publication/357222332. Capítulo 7: O ambiente de trabalho saudável Objetivo do capítulo: apresentar os conceitos de saúde ocupacional e qualidade de vida no trabalho, e como o investimento de saúde pode g...
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У статті проаналізовано сучасні підходи до розуміння креативного туризму, креативних туристичних ресурсів і креативних туристичних дестинацій. Визначено роль народних ремесел для розвитку креатив-ного туризму. Охарактеризовано і картографічно відображено географію народних ремесел Львівської області як однієї з найперспективніших у контексті розвит...
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Plant functioning depends on variation in resource economics traits (acquisition vs. conservation) and the size of plants and their parts (the ‘global spectrum of plant form and function’). The anatomical basis of single traits (e.g., leaf mass per area; LMA) is understood, but little is known regarding the relationship between anatomical trade-off...
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Under this background, this paper tries to find countermeasures and ways for carbon reduction by observing and analyzing the influencing factors of carbon emissions, designing ways to minimize carbon emissions and maximize resources and energy. In view of the above problems, the carbon emission prediction research is closely combined with the resea...
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Innovations in agricultural index insurance have raised expectations that the private sector can overcome shortcomings associated with more traditional indemnity-based products like multiperil crop insurance and strengthen agricultural risk management at scale across developing countries. This article updates previous reviews on agricultural insura...
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Throughout the pandemic, the media and scholars have widely discussed increasing social inequality and thereby publicly pointed to often hidden and neglected forms of inequality. However, the “newly” arisen awareness has not yet been put into action to reduce this inequality. Dealing with social inequality implies exploring and confronting social p...
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Organizations are pervasive in modern society and the factors of their evolution are the subject of considerable scholarship. Most literature on organizational evolution focuses on the role of leaders and entrepreneurs, specifically their decision making interacts with market forces. However, the behavior and interactions of regular organization me...
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The category of conflict refers to not only war, but also crime, litigation, labor disputes (including strikes and lockouts). Exchange theory and conflict theory are equivalent branches of economic analysis: exchange theory is based on contractual and mutual gains, and conflict theory is based on competition for asymmetric advantage. Various analyt...
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Neighborhood Revitalization is a collaborative approach to improve the quality of life for all residents in a neighborhood. Focus areas include: health, education, amenities, economic opportunities, transportation, beautification, community, housing, health, and safety. The goal of neighborhood revitalization is to improve neighborhoods in a way th...
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Objetivou-se com este ensaio teórico analisar a relação da participação social com a democracia brasileira nos últimos anos. Considerando que a democracia brasileira está em crise, questiona-se: "Quais as repercussões que tal cenário traz para a democracia participativa e, mais a fundo, para as instituições de participação?". O ensaio se beneficiou...
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Objetivou-se com este ensaio teórico analisar a relação da participação social com a democracia brasileira nos últimos anos. Considerando que a democracia brasileira está em crise, questiona-se: “Quais as repercussões que tal cenário traz para a democracia participativa e, mais a fundo, para as instituições de participação?”. O ensaio se beneficiou...
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MICE tourism has received the attention and support from relevant departments and tourism industry with the growth rate of recent years. In this paper, the dynamics mechanism of urban exhibition tourism development is studied by using high-performance computing, and the dynamics mechanism model of exhibition tourism is constructed. To improve the p...
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ECONOMÍA ECOLÓGICA, LA CIENCIA DE LA GESTIÓN DE SUSTENTABILIDAD… El desarrollo económico se ha venido justificando en pro del llamado “progreso” de las sociedades. Hasta ahora en la realidad – más allá de lo discursivo – se lo hizo prácticamente sin revisar los impactos ambientales que tal crecimiento ha producido. Es una economía marrón, que si b...
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In the search for a simple and scalable firmware for IoT (Internet of Things) applications in devices with great restrictions (energy, hardware resources, economic and a long etc.) but common and cheap, we have found many solutions with excellent recommendations and wide use in different fields, including academia, such as Contiki or Riot. However,...
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The COVID-19 pandemic forced drastic changes in teaching methodologies, shifting from in-person courses toward fully online platforms. This article presents teaching strategies used to modify two traditional face-to-face courses (Economics of Resource Use and International Agricultural Trade) and one synchronous online course with in-person review...
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Introdução: A dispensação é um ato privativo do farmacêutico para orientar e fornecer medicamentos ao paciente ou ao cuidador, sob remuneração ou não, com intuito de garantir o uso adequado e seguro dos medicamentos, seus benefícios, conservação e descarte. O ato de dispensar empodera a pessoa sobre o uso correto de seus medicamentos, melhorando a...
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Background Developments in the care of critically ill patients with severe burns have led to improved hospital survival, but long-term recovery may be impaired. The extent to which patient-centred outcomes are assessed and reported in studies in this population is unclear. Methods We conducted a systematic review to assess the outcomes reported in...
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Governments across the world are coming under increasing pressure to invest heavily in projects that have maturities of decades or even centuries. Key areas of concern include climate change mitigation, environmental and biodiversity protection, nuclear decommissioning, enhancing infrastructure and coastal defenses, and long-term health care manage...
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A redução considerável da água para abastecimento no estado do Paraná, com valores oscilando entre 30 e 90% de déficit, indica a necessidade de mobilização estratégica no sentido de redução da utilização da água para fins não potáveis. Este estudo retrata o cenário de disponibilidade hídrica no estado do Paraná, e analisa o potencial de economia de...
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A 2011 Foresight report by the UK Government Office for Science introduced and raised questions and concerns about trapped populations. Conceptualized as consisting of actors who are highly vulnerable to climate and environmental stressors given limited resources (economic, social), trapped populations lack the capacity to adapt to these stressors...
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Plain Language Summary Climate change is drastically affecting global fisheries, impacting marine resources, economic revenues and the livelihood of local communities. This manuscript describes the impact of climate change on one of the largest chlorophyll‐a hotspots of the world ocean: The frontal system of the Patagonian shelf break, which is loc...
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Living with an inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), while also navigating the demands of adolescence, may present a challenge for the quality of life (QoL) of adolescents. The current study examined the direct and indirect associations of the stressor (illness severity), cognitive appraisal (illness perception), personal (self-efficacy, positive affec...
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This study was to see how much influence mediation of mindset changes has on human resource development and economic growth. The study used questionnaire aids, from which the questionnaire results were processed with Smart PLS 3.0 and the Sobel test, which is used to look at the indirect influence of mediation variables. Respondents involved in thi...
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Background: In the context of ever-growing health expenditure and limited resources, economic evaluations aid in making evidence-informed policy decisions. Cost-utility analysis (CUA) is often used, and CUA data synthesis is also desirable, but methodological issues are challenged. Hence, we aim to provide a step-by-step process to prepare the CUA...
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Due to the new management trends, large industries currently need two important resources: economic and mainly human capital because leadership and decision-making are fundamental, in addition to the fact that they need control, coordination and direction.
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Background The decision to outsource an activity is one of the most complex organizational decisions. This decision is also influenced by several factors and components. In order to facilitate and optimize it, for the first time in this study, a decision model for outsourcing medical service delivery in public hospitals has been developed. Methods...
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Local government is the lowest level of government anywhere in the world. Its significance lies in the fact that it is closer to the people. Local governments were created to serves a two-fold purpose. The first purpose was the administrative purpose which was the supplying of goods and services; the other purpose was to represent and involve citiz...
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The small-scale integrated farming systems are very important agroecosystems that generate crop, animal and fish resources, economics, livelihood and multiple products for the farming community. In this study, the economic performance of a small-scale integrated farming system (farm area of 3155 m2) situated in the Alappuzha district of Kerala, wes...
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Objective: The objective is to estimate the economic benefits of trading zones as part of foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) control measures for limited duration outbreaks. Design: The proposed trading zones for FMD at the state level are determined using multiple tools. Eleven individual incursion scenarios in six Australian states are simulated wit...
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Titanium-bearing blast furnace slag (BFS) has valuable compositions and potential environmental hazardousness. Thus, developing efficient and green approaches to utilize BFS is highly desired for resource economization and environmental protection. In the past decades, many attempts have been adopted to reuse BFS efficiently, and significant advanc...
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The article analyses drivers and determinants of illicit wildlife trade (IWT), targeting those factors that support the participation of individuals in poaching and transportation of wildlife goods. These factors are often explained in economic and institutional terms. Recently, scholars have started to recognise the importance of socio-cultural an...
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The organic agricultural production system is considered to be the best alternative to the conventional system in order to solve agricultural externality problems. The adoption of such systems provide environmental, social, and financial benefits to the related communities. The related community may receive economic benefits although they might not...
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RESUMO O Ensaio Cometa é uma técnica largamente utilizada para detectar danos no DNA que consiste em englobar células em gel, provocar a lise das membranas e submeter à corrente elétrica, o que resulta em diferentes deslocamentos do DNA que podem indicar a presença de quebras. Essas quebras presentes no DNA de organismos aquáticos podem ser causada...